This book is a hilarious yet eduicational book of grammarical errors seen in everyday life. not opnly do you see signs etc that will make you laugh but the author takes the time to explain what the error is (in some cases it is really obvious in other cases it is not so obvious)
Its repetitive and not very funny after the first few pages. The author seems to love the very common its vs it's mistake and there is page after page of signs with this mistake. If there is someone in your life who consistently makes this mistake and no other attempts at correction have worked, this book might do the trick.
Normally, I love books like this, books that find grammatical errors in signs and other commercial communications. But this book is not funny, it's simply boring. A majority of the items contained misplaced apostrophes in words such as it's (for its) and your (for you're). The mangled texts aren't funny, simply maimed. Simple typos abound. Save your money.